Flower Spotlight: Rose
Yes, roses may be the most romantic and iconic of flowers, but their long-standing hierarchy above all blooms just can’t surpass their shelf life in pretty little bottles. It is the versatility in which this flower possesses with basically anything other scent, that makes the rose a perfect floral note. With these selected fragrances from Scentbird’s archive of perfume, you can choose your favorite to harness the power of the rose
Roses de Chloe is the perfect light, spring rose scent. One spritz brings a refreshing sensation of bergamot, followed by a rich rose and magnolia combination. As the day wears, the scent lingers on the skin leaving traces of musk and amber.
Who doesn’t love roses and chocolate? Matsushima’s creation has everything your inner hopeless romantic craves, teetering between sweet and sultry. The magical combination of rose, sandalwood, musk, dark chocolate and cacao pod truly will have you in Date Night mood around the clock! Chocolat Mat is perhaps one of the most unusual rosy scents, that will grab anyones attention!
“Pamplemousse” isFrench for grapefruit, which immediately makes this scent by Hermes a contender for summer. Rosy undertones with the signature grapefruit, along with an orange zest, create a gorgeous hybridity of both the rose and the grapefruit. It is the ideal, energizing scent on those hot summer days.
If you want to fully embody the French essence of the rose, consider this fragrance by Bvlgari that gives you not only rosy hints, but also subtle infusions of musk, blackberry and violet. It is the crème de la crème of rose scents.
Lastly, this overwhelmingly rosy (and spicy!) fragrance by Lalique will highlight your rebellious side. The additional black currant and pepper, along with blueberry, blackberry, and of course, rose, is a priceless addition to any perfume collection.